3 Reviews

Wow, this is a good sweet and sour sauce! It was so easy to put together as well. I cooked some bite sized pieces of chicken in a large skillet, and after they were done I added some of the sauce and simmered for a few minutes. I served it with your Fried Rice With Bacon (Oriental Style). We had a great meal tonight, thanks to you Tink! Made for Pick A Chef, Spring 2010.

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michelles3boys April 06, 2010

This is a great sweet n sour sauce. It is definitely more on the sweet side, but we like it sweet. I used the chicken option only I used boneless chicken thighs. I did have to cook them for about 40 minutes. I did uncover the baking dish halfway through so the sauce would thicken up even more. I had to omit the green peppers because my youngest son would not have eaten it. He was really hungry so I didn't want to spoil it for him! Next time, I think I will cube the chicken and saute it, then add the sauce and serve it all over rice. I think it really calls for rice, which I had not planned on last night. Thanks for sharing another wonderful recipe, Tink!

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Lainey6605 July 02, 2009

We enjoyed this recipe. We prefer abit more sour than sweet so next time I'll cut back on the sugars abit. To compensate this time I added more vinegar & worcestershire than it called for. We even added a couple dashes of soy sauce at the table. I cooked with meatballs and it turned out yummy. Thanks for sharing.

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Mustang Sally 54269 April 01, 2009
Sweet 'n Sour Sauce for Meatballs or Chicken